Sorry, but we're not entirely convinced of the need for an HBSMR application for global editing of terms. Will terms change so significantly in the future that such wholesale re-assignment of terms will be needed ? We think that one could just go into the Access database and do big edits there rather than go through HBSMR. And we won't always have our data stored on Access:- we could move to Oracle and have an Access shell with which to use HBSMR. I would be a bit leary of global edits from HBSMR, especially where our terms may be linked to or in user-defined fields, or cover a more varied range of things than in the Standards.
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Thanks Neil but that wasn't what I wanted a reaction on - it was really
about whether we can develop an application to help SMRs implement the
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